Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
They do not belong, however, to the deposit of faith.
"Guard the rich deposit of faith with the help of the Holy Spirit who dwells within us."
The Church, according to Paul VI, has no reason to give up the deposit of faith in such a vital matter.
Private revelations are those that have come to individuals or groups of people, but that "do not belong, however, to the deposit of faith.
For the substance of the ancient deposit of faith is one thing, and the way it is presented is another,'(my translation).
Hence, public revelation is the deposit of faith and rule of faith and must be lived by all Catholics.
Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition are collectively known as the deposit of faith.
Since the deposit of Faith contains only revealed truths, the Church has no right to pass judgment on the assertions of the human sciences.
The Sabbatine Privilege or the historicity of the vision is not part of the deposit of faith.
Paul VI tried to understand it all but at the same time defend the 'Deposit of Faith' as it was entrusted to him.
The deposit of faith is authentically interpreted not to each of the faithful, not even to theologians, but only to the teaching authority of the Church.
The sum of public revelation is known as the deposit of faith, and nothing can be added to or subtracted from the deposit of faith.
These are equally infallible but are proposed not as being explicitly in the deposit of faith, but nevertheless implied by it or intrinsically connected to it logically or historically.
Meanwhile the Church should go on developing and defining, about supernatural things, so long as she did not claim a right to alter the deposit of faith, which it was against her own principles to claim.
The theological method of Pope John Paul II represented an attempt to wed the two concepts by drawing upon the ancient deposit of faith to address contemporary issues in an engaging way.
The term "deposit of faith" refers to the entirety of Jesus Christ's revelation, and is passed to successive generations in two different forms, sacred scripture (the Bible) and sacred tradition.
"Faced with the increasing secularism of today's world," he told Archbishop Williams, "the church must ensure that the deposit of faith is proclaimed in its integrity and preserved from erroneous and misguided interpretations."
The proper work of Catholic intellectuals, Neuhaus believes, is to reformulate the unchanging doctrines (the "deposit of faith") and the church's non-doctrinal teachings in the light of new experiences and insights.
Public Revelation, in Catholicism, is part of the Deposit of faith, the revelation of which was completed by Jesus; whereas Private Revelation does not add to the Deposit.
The central commission approved seventy schemata, of which seven went to bishops the July before the Council: on the sources of revelation, moral order, the deposit of faith, family and chastity, liturgy, media and unity.
In 1995, questions arose as to whether the Apostolic letter Ordinatio Sacerdotalis, which upheld the Catholic teaching that only men may receive ordination, is to be understood as belonging to the deposit of faith.
Insofar as priestly and episcopal ordination are concerned, the Roman Catholic Church teaches that this requirement is a matter of divine law; it belongs to the deposit of faith and is unchangeable.
Further discernment may lead to the conclusion that a de fide tenenda teaching is not merely implied by the deposit of faith, but explicitly contained and thus it may advance to de fide credenda status.
Holy tradition, for the Eastern Orthodox, is the deposit of faith given by Jesus Christ to the Apostles and passed on in the Church from one generation to the next without addition, alteration or subtraction.
"There are serious doubts," the conclusion read, about the grounds that the Vatican had given for maintaining that the teaching on ordination was infallible and part of the "deposit of faith," something to which all Catholics must assent.